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6IX9INE Drops Highly Anticipated Videoclip To “Kooda”

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Controversial Brooklyn rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine has dropped his higly anticipated Videoclip to the Partially released Kooda track. With “Gummo” sitting at No. 29 on the Billboard Hot 100, the artist will surely be able to make it two.

Partially releasing the track and videoclip few weeks ago, the snippet to the track reached the 4 million views on Instagram. In the videoclip the rapper is comfortably surrounded by dozens of gang members from the Bloods and Crips sets.

 “Niggas running out they mouth but they never pop out/I got the drop on your spot, everybody watch out/All my niggas on 50 so you know we hopped out/Mobbed out, opps out, we gon’ show what we about,”

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s rise to fame can be partly credited to his controversial reputation. The rapper was lately at the head of allegations of misconduct with a minor which he denied during a DJ Akademiks interview and was also rumored to be in a gay porn.

His single “Gummo” created by Pi’erre Bourne was initially supposed to be for Trippie Redd but ended up in 6ix9ine’s hands which caused a rift with Bourne. Tek and Trippie eventually fell out as the rapper claims he was jumped by Tekashi’s crew in New York earlier thismonth.

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Trippie Redd Releases “ICKY VICKY” Videoclip Featuring Rich The Kid

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Two weeks ago Trippie redd previewed a track on Instagram Live called “Icky Vicky” Featuring Rich The Kid and Young Thug but Thugga couldn’t make it.

The 1400 rapper has apparently forgot to invite Young Thug to the videoshoot of his latest music video and therefor had to cut his verse of the track.

According to snippets he streamed live on IG, the original song featured a cameo of Young thugga thugga who apparently didn’t make the directors cut.

If anyone has information concerning why young thug isn’t on it anymore or if there has been any beef between the rappers, please let us know in the section down below.

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Lil Wayne Channels XXXTentacion’s Spirit In Their “Dont Cry” Videoclip

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We would not have expected ever, to read the word Featuring between Lil Wayne’s name and Jahseh, but we had the surprise earlier tonight to witness the industry’s ways.

Tha Carter V may have been the most heavily anticipated and postponed album of the decade and its release is still uncertain. While fans grew to believe “Tha Carter V” would end up like Detox; a piece of hip-hop history that would never see the light of day. Things have worked out for Tunechi’s fans though when the project was finally set free.

While journalism isn’t about personal opinion but more information oriented, we can’t help but strongly react to this trend which promotes posthumous collaboration, as if there were an afterlife market for artist whom could treat themselves with a collaboration of dead artists.

After “Falling Down”, which is a sumptuous up-tempoed track with Lil Peep and XXXTentation released after the passed away, few artists tried their hands at releasing posthumous collaboration.

As surprisingly as it can sound, Lil Wayne’s song is a thought and uncompromising tribute to the missed artist, a mausoleum for the New Orleans artist to gather and hold a special remembrance to the too early gone talent.

However, what is more intriguing is that Wayne refuses to acknowledge the young rapper. Disturbing, that the Best rapper alive isn’t aware of the hottest ast in the industry, especially one who has been beefing a year before with one of his artists, none other than Drake, on a mainstream level.

What could supposedly explain his position, was the late lyrics to “I’m upset”, which could allegedly tie the Canadian rapper to XXXTentacion’s murder.

Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.

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The Chiraq Demon GMEBE Allo Is Back

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GMEBE Member GMEBE Allo is back with a new videoclip to “From The Heart” track shot in Potland.

Chicago to Portland – Right as the 2019 New Years popped off well known Chicago Driller GMEBE Allo was at Chicago O’Hare hopping on a flight to Portland Oregon to Film the Music Video for his song “From The Heart” off his Mix Tape “If It Wasn’t 4 Rap” .

The Music Video with its Dark Visuals was filmed by sense100p of Meta Infinite.

During Allo’s 3 days in Portland, he had court seats behind the Chicago Bench as the Bulls faced off against the Trail Blazers, Followed by dining at Portland City Grill the highest point in the city.

Filming the music video for his Mixtape single “From The Heart” and last but not least recording his new Single “Struggle” at Black Diamond Recording Studio which will be available on all platforms in the near future.

Worth taking a minute to listen to “If It Wasn’t 4 Rap” and don’t forget to give us your feedback by voting and leaving a comment.

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